Crystallography related meetings in the crystallography community. If you wish to place your meeting on the Hampton Research website, submit the details to email@example.com.
November 19 -
November 22, 2019
Grenoble (EPN Campus), France
It is our pleasure to announce the second edition of the workshop on Advanced Diffraction Techniques for Biology (ADTB) in the EPN campus at Grenoble, France, from 19 to 22 November 2019.
The course will cover X-rays, neutrons and electrons diffraction by crystals of biological macromolecules. Various techniques will be investigated:
- Macromolecular crystal growth
- In situ (in plate) X-ray diffraction
- Serial X-ray crystallography
- Time resolved X-ray crystallography
- Neutron diffraction
- Electron diffraction of nano-crystals
with the aim of solving de novo structures, searching ligands, elucidating reaction mechanisms...
This 4-day course will combine theoretical lectures and practicals on the EPN instruments. It is dedicated to researchers (advanced PhD, PostDoc, Scientist) interested in macromolecular structural studies at atomic resolution using crystallographic approaches.
The course will take place from November 19 to November 22, 2019 at the EPN campus, Grenoble, France. To apply, please, send a short CV (1 page max.) and a motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org before September 30, 2019.
The registration is free and includes accommodation and meals during the workshop. Participants will have to pay for their travel expenses and for accommodation and meals if they extend their stay in Grenoble. Selected applicants will be notified by e-mail by October 15, 2019. More details about the workshop can be found on the dedicated web site: http://workshops.ibs.fr/adtb-2019
ADTB-2019 is funded by:
IBS, CBS, EMBL, ESRF, ILL, FRISBI, AFC, UGA, Grenoble INP, CEA, CNRS
December 9 -
December 13, 2019
San Diego, California, USA
The number one antibody engineering conference for accelerating next generation antibodies to commercial success. Find the latest science, technology and partners in antibody engineering, immunobiology and next generation binders.
January 9 -
January 9, 2020
Stern auditorium at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine
The 2020 New York Structural Biology Discussion Group Winter Meeting will take place onThursday, January 9, 2020. The NYSBDG winter 2020 meeting will take place in the Stern auditorium at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Check the Twitter link @NYSBDGrp for updates.
January 21 -
January 29, 2020
KMUTT, Bangkok, Thailand
We are delighted to announce the 2nd South-East Asian Crystallographic Overview And Systematic Training (SEA COAST) workshop in the year celebrating the 60th year of the university. The workshop is organized jointly by King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Thonburi (KMUTT), Ronan Keegan from CCP4 (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK), Garib Murshudov from MRC-LMB, UK, and Ruslan Sanishvili (Nukri) from Argonne National Laboratory, USA.
SEA COAST 2020 will cover the fundamental concepts of macromolecular X-ray crystallography and all aspects of protein structure solution process from crystallization to structure refinement and deposition to PDB. It will feature CCP4, PHENIX, SHELX, Global Phasing suites of programs, molecular graphics, pipelines for structure determination and much more. All software will be presented by software developers. The workshop is designed for graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and young scientists both from academia and industry, who have background and/or are interested in protein X-ray crystallography.
March 16 -
March 20, 2020
Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, Santa Fe NM
This symposium, designed to bring together junior and senior scientists, will feature recent advances in structural biology including technology development, protein-nucleic acid complexes, viral pathogenesis and vaccine design, cell signaling, design and discovery of drugs, and structure, dynamics, and function of membrane proteins.
Keynote speakers are Ilme Schlichting, David Stuart, Erica Ollmann Saphire,Robert Stroud, Suzanne Scarlata, David Eisenberg, Wayne Hendrickson, Yvonne Jones, Eva Nogales, and Tom Blundell.
Speakers at the symposium will be encouraged to present sufficient background and experimental detail so that students can understand the significance, promise, and limitations of their work. Each talk will have a full 10 minutes of discussion (15 minutes for Keynote talks). Moderators for each session will help include students and postdocs in the discussion. Students and postdocs will have many opportunities to talk with more senior researchers at conference breaks, meals, receptions and poster sessions.
The symposium will include a poster session with up to 80 presenters. Registered student and postdoc poster presenters can apply for travel awards covering hotel and registration which will be awarded based on the applicant\'s publication record and abstract. Successful applicants will be notified on a rolling basis about a month after they register for the conference.
After the main conference there will be an optional Phenix workshop with lectures and hands-on sessions on using Phenix for crystallography and cryo-EM.
March 25 -
March 27, 2020
The Workshop will address essential questions and challenges of radiation damage to biological samples during their examination with ionizing radiation. The workshop will cover various X-ray and electron scattering techniques, from crystallography to imaging, and offers ample opportunities for information exchange and discussion among researchers from around the globe.
May 29 -
June 6, 2020
Erice, Sicily, Italy
The past several years have produced transformations both in the long term management of chronic diseases and in the treatment of illnesses that previously seemed intractable. Nevertheless, understanding and managing human health remains one of the most challenging aspects of our society. One fundamental problem is the lack of a full comprehension of the underlying biology of healthy and diseased states. While structural information is still applied at different stages of the drug design process, especially during drug optimization, the focus has now decisively moved earlier, to providing tools for the understanding of the disease biology. This has resulted in traditional structural biology techniques being thoroughly integrated with other disciplines, including biophysics, informatics, biology and chemistry. Because of the continuously evolving experimental and computational techniques, the success of the entire process depends on proper management of the increasing complexity, diversity and volume of data generated. The purpose of the course is to provide the students with: a) an overview of the current structural and biophysical techniques used in the field; b) the use of informatics tools in drug discovery; c) the evolving role of chemistry in drug design and biology understanding; and d) an introduction to biologics and their applications. Several case studies will be presented to highlight the different topics. Hands-on workshops and tutorials will complement the lectures.
June 7 -
June 12, 2020
Ecole de Physique des Houches, France
This workshop is a forum for presenting, teaching and discussing results from the application of state-of-the-art experimental (including, but not limited to, optical spectroscopy, NMR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, XFELs, electron microscopy, AFM and scattering methods), and theoretical and computational approaches to studying protein dynamics.
June 15 -
June 17, 2020
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Biophysics in Drug Discovery 2020 | US Edition
Developing the Synergy between Biophysics and Medicinal Chemistry to Deliver Better Drugs
The eighth edition of the conference intends again to bring together biophysicists and medicinal chemists, the synergy between their disciplines being key to deliver better drugs on a shorter timeline.
August 2 -
August 7, 2020
San Diego, California, USA
Workshops & Opening Reception: Sunday, August 2, 2020
Sessions Day One: Monday, August 3, 2020
Sessions Day Two: Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Sessions Day Three: Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Sessions Day Four & Banquet: Thursday, August 6, 2020
Future Planning Meeting: Friday, August 7, 2020
August 22 -
August 30, 2020
Prague, Czech Republic
Modern crystallography is an interdisciplinary subject covering structural biology, pharmacy and chemistry to physics and materials science. It includes the study of protein structures and also the crystals structures and microstructures of minerals, new functional materials, nanoparticles, bulk materials, and thin films. It is interested also in the relationship between the structure and function of materials. Important related topics is development of instrumental techniques for structural characterization of materials including large facilities XFELs, synchrotrons and neutron sources but also continuous improvement of laboratory equipments, development of optics, better and faster detectors.
The core methods of crystallography are X-ray and neutron scattering. However, mainly in last decade, it includes electron diffraction and microscopy, NMR and different spectroscopies. This development also allows investigation of structural changes under extreme conditions such as high and low temperatures, high pressures, time-resolved studies, different in-situ experiments in external fields (magnetic, electric), chemical reactions.
The scope of the congress comprises all this. Moreover, this is the 25th anniversary congress and completes one era of these congresses that started in 1948.
The congress programme is prepared by the International Programme Committee representing mainly the IUCr commissions that are also the main focus of the congress: Aperiodic Crystals, Biological Macromolecules, Quantum Crystallography, Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials, Crystallographic Computing, Crystallographic Nomenclature, Crystallographic Teaching, Crystallography in Art and Cultural Heritage, Crystallography of Materials, Electron Crystallography, High Pressure, Inorganic and Mineral Structures, Magnetic Structures, Mathematical and Theoretical Crystallography, Neutron Scattering, NMR Crystallography and Related Methods, Powder Diffraction, Small-Angle Scattering, Structural Chemistry, Synchrotron and XFEL Radiation, XAFS.
All the organizers and IPC will do the best in setting up an attractive programme covering the latest advances in crystallography and related sciences to attract both young and senior scientists as well as companies.
The inauguration of the Congress will take place on the evening of August 22, 2020 followed by seven full days of scientific sessions, 8-9 in parallel, in maximum. The closing ceremony will take place in the evening of August 29. Workshops (half and full day) can be held on August 21-22, and also on August 30, after the congress.
September 16 -
September 19, 2020
The Murnau Conference on Structural Biology is the biannual meeting of the study group Structural Biology of the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM), taking place in the beautiful scenery of the Alpine foothills of Bavaria.
During three days in September of 2020, established leaders of the field and younger scientists will come together for discussions in a relaxed atmosphere. Besides lectures given by invited speakers, there is room for additional oral presentations and posters. Industry exhibitions and social events further complement the program.